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Prof. Liang has been engaged in the research on cancer genomics, and health effects of environmental pollution. Based on the epigenetic regulation mechanisms of carcinogenesis of environmental compounds, her recent research focuses on the molecular epidemiology and mechanisms of environmental pollutants-induced tumorigenesis in the field of environmental health, and biomarkers for early screening and diagnosis of cancer.
Recent Research Projects：
1. Fund of National Natural Science Foundation of China, grant number: 81673132, “The mechanism and biomarker research of lncRNA regulating PI3K-Akt-mTOR pathway in gastric cancer.”
2. Fund of National Natural Science Foundation of China, grant number: 81472939, “The role and mechanism of miRNA-mediated MAPK signaling pathway in the development of B(a)P-induced lung cancer.”
Prof. Liang, Ph.D., MD, was born in Jiangsu in 1976, professor in the Department of Occupational and Environmental Health, School of Public Health, Southeast University. She got her B.S. in Medicine from Nanjing Railway Medical College in 1999，Master in Medicine from Southeast University in 2002, and Ph.D. in Medicine from Southeast University in 2005. She was a visiting scholar and research fellow in the Harvard Medical School between 2010 to 2011.